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  • New Zealand Post Accelerates Fleet Electrification

    New Zealand Post Accelerates Fleet Electrification

    The New Zealand State Post Office and the state financial investor New Zealand Green Investment Finance (NZGIF) are each investing 10 million New Zealand dollars (the equivalent of 6 million euros each) in the procurement of e-vans. This is initially intended to support the acquisition of 60 Mercedes eVito vehicles.

    The eVito panel vans from Mercedes are expected to arrive in the second half of 2022. As part of a staggered leasing plan, the vehicles are initially leased from NZ Post...
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  • Mercedes eVito panel van receives drive upgrade

    Mercedes eVito panel van receives drive upgrade

    Mercedes-Benz has presented a comprehensive upgrade of the electric drive train (eATS) in the eVito panel van. The battery capacity increases by 70 percent to now 60 kWh. In addition, the van is equipped with a DC fast charging function ex works.


    We remember: The eVito was previously split in two: the eVito panel van, designed for craftsmen and last-mile logisticians, previously only had a 41.4 kWh battery (150 to 186 kilometers range) and a pure AC charging solution. In 2020,...
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  • Greece plans to buy up to 15 percent of the purchase price

    Greece plans to buy up to 15 percent of the purchase price

    The Greek government has announced extensive subsidies for electromobility in the country. The goal is for every third new vehicle in Greece to be electric in 2030.

    In the first phase, 100 million euros will flow into purchase bonuses over a period of 18 months. Specifically, the purchase or leasing of electrically powered cars and light commercial vehicles is subsidized with 15 percent of the purchase price, with the state even assuming 25 percent of the costs for electric taxis. Together...
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  • Cork fleets 76 electric cars

    Cork fleets 76 electric cars

    The Irish city of Cork has commissioned 76 electric vehicles to replace combustion engines. The Renault Kangoo ZE, Nissan Leaf and Hyundai Kona are used by city employees in the areas of road and apartment maintenance, park management and waste disposal.

    Two of the vehicles are said to be available as pool vehicles for City Hall employees. According to the city, Cork is now the largest emission-free fleet in the country. The exchange of the fleet was implemented within a few months...
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  • Berlin doubles the federal share of the environmental bonus - no purchase premium for combustion engines

    The Federal Government has also included a number of measures to promote electromobility in its stimulus package relating to the Corona crisis. The most important of course: The state's share of the environmental bonus will be doubled in the form of a new “innovation bonus”.


    ++ This post has been updated. You will find the new information at the bottom. ++

    “With the environmental bonus, we are promoting the exchange of the vehicle fleet with climate-friendly...
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